Sites that Caught My Eye Today 05/10/2008

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2 thoughts on “Sites that Caught My Eye Today 05/10/2008

  1. I just finished teaching an online course “Infotechtools for engineers”.You can find the course here http://infotechtools.ning.com

    We went through an exercise where students have to write about the use of Google doc, zoho writer, Wetpaint wiki and MS word using wetpaint wiki.

    Also another document using google doc about social networking. We were about 10 people who collaborated live using the text chat from yugma and came up with this document

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/2533287/socialnetworkingsoftware

    It was the general consensus that google doc offered better collaboration and more responsive then the wiki based collaborative writing.

    Here is one of the student who said the same in the final assessment

    http://seesmic.com/app#/video/8bR5n84h3j/watch

    It is at 2:30 minute mark. Simple thing like autosave feature in google doc improves usability while in wiki student have to save the changes all the time.

    Wiki’s became popular when we did not have Gooogle docs but I am not sure after this experience.

  2. Great post, the title today caught my eye on Twitter! I’ve just barely played sharing with a colleague on Microsoft Live, but want to go try out yLive and then it got me into your other post on 10 habits for Bloggers! Thanks.

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